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Clinton vs. Obama: Is the first female president more important than a black president?

  • Try to imagine you are reading about this in a history book 500 years in the future.

    The problems of racism in our time are very real, but ultimately race itself is a social fiction. Human sexual dimorphism on the other hand is a fact of biology that isn't going away anytime soon.
    Historians in the distant future will see the racial catagories of our time as being as "Byzantine" as we see the political factions of the Holy Roman Empire, something only interesting to specialists in the field.

  • Women have more of a history of being discriminated against.

    Black people earned the right to vote before women, by 50 years. There is a long history of sexist discrimination that still Is around today. It is more important to have a female president than a black one, and who is to say we couldn't have one that is both female and black.

  • Yes for barrack obama

    A black president has more historical significance than a female president In my opinion, a black president has more historical significance than a female president. Looking through the lenses of history, a lot more has been done to give black people the same rights as everyone else. Women also served many important roles in our history, but the battle for civil rights was far more important in historical context. So having a black president was a significant leap in our American history.

  • A black president has more historical significance than a female president

    In my opinion, a black president has more historical significance than a female president. Looking through the lenses of history, a lot more has been done to give black people the same rights as everyone else. Women also served many important roles in our history, but the battle for civil rights was far more important in historical context. So having a black president was a significant leap in our American history.


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